We’re pleased to launch the second set of eight new artist posters featuring projects by Andrea Mortson, Céline Huyghebaert, Jon Klassen and Laura Watson. They are each autonomous works, but can also be read collectively through the lens of the pandemic, with subject matter such as fear, safety and mortality.
Dream of being lost on the way home
Dream of being lost on the way home, is part of a series of analog collages made during the first year of the pandemic. It explores the neighbourhood where shrinking landscapes and growing dreamscapes comingle.
This work was created with the support of the New Brunswick Arts Board. Cette piéce a été créée avec le soutien du Conseil des arts du Nouveau-Brunswick.
Andrea Mortson is a Canadian painter located in Sackville, New Brunswick. Her work was included in the Oh, Canada exhibition (Mass MoCA) and La Projet Peinture, a survey of contemporary Canadian painting (Galerie de l’UQAM), and is in the permanent collections of the Canada Council Art Bank, New Brunswick Art Bank, BMO Financial Group, Global Affairs Canada, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Confederation Centre Art Gallery (PEI), and Owen’s Art Gallery (Sackville, NB).
Mortson has recently, temporarily suspended her painting practice to focus on collage as a primary medium.